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On-Yee Amy Lo, Ph.D.

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National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, TaiwanB.S.Physical Therapy
New York University, New York, NYM.A.Pathokinesiology
University of Oregon, Eugene, ORPh.D.Human Physiology
Marcus Institute for Aging Research, Boston, MAFellowshipGerontology
Harvard Catalyst Clinical and Translational Research Academy, Boston, MATraineeClinical and Translational Research
2013
Betty Foster McCue Award
2013
Jan Broekhoff Award
2014
Ursula (Sue) Moshberger Award
2015
Jan Broekhoff Award
2015
Travel Grant, Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society

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Research
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  1. KL2/CMeRIT (LO, ON-YEE) Oct 1, 2019 - Sep 30, 2021
    Harvard Catalyst
    Modulating attention to improve gait in older adults at risk of falling
    Role: Principle Investigator
  2. Pilot Grant (LO, ON-YEE) Aug 1, 2019 - Jul 31, 2020
    Interventional Studies in Aging Center (ISAC)
    The feasibility of combining noninvasive brain stimulation and physical therapy to improve gait and balance in older adults with high risk of falls
    Role: Principle Investigator
  3. T32AG023480 (LIPSITZ, LEWIS) Sep 1, 2018 - Nov 30, 2019
    NIH/NIA
    Harvard Translational Research in Aging Training Program. Research project: "Neural mechanism and novel measurement of gait variability in older adults"
    Role: Trainee
  4. T32AG023480 (LIPSITZ, LEWIS) Sep 1, 2016 - Aug 31, 2018
    NIH/NIA
    Harvard Translational Research in Aging Training Program. Research project: "The cortical control and enhancement of dual-task walking in aging"
    Role: Trainee
  5. Research Grant (LO, ON-YEE) May 1, 2013 - Dec 31, 2015
    The Eugene Evonuk Memorial Award
    Visuospatial attention during locomotion
    Role: Principle Investigator

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  1. Zhou J, Poole V, Wooten T, Lo OY, Iloputaife I, Manor B, Esterman M, Lipsitz LA. Multiscale Dynamics of Spontaneous Brain Activity Is Associated With Walking Speed in Older Adults. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 2020 Jul 13; 75(8):1566-1571. PMID: 31585008.
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  2. Lo OY, Conboy LA, Rukhadze A, Georgetti C, Gagnon MM, Manor B, Lachman ME, Lipsitz LA, Wayne PM. In the Eyes of Those Who Were Randomized: Perceptions of Disadvantaged Older Adults in a Tai Chi Trial. Gerontologist. 2020 May 15; 60(4):672-682. PMID: 30544227.
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  3. Zhou J, Lo OY, Halko MA, Harrison R, Lipsitz LA, Manor B. The functional implications and modifiability of resting-state brain network complexity in older adults. Neurosci Lett. 2020 02 16; 720:134775. PMID: 31972253.
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  4. Manor B, Zhou J, Lo OY, Zhu H, Gouskova NA, Yu W, Zafonte R, Lipsitz LA, Travison TG, Pascual-Leone A. Self-Reported Head Trauma Predicts Poor Dual Task Gait in Retired National Football League Players. Ann Neurol. 2020 01; 87(1):75-83. PMID: 31693765.
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  5. Poole VN, Lo OY, Wooten T, Iloputaife I, Lipsitz LA, Esterman M. Motor-Cognitive Neural Network Communication Underlies Walking Speed in Community-Dwelling Older Adults. Front Aging Neurosci. 2019; 11:159. PMID: 31379552.
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  6. Lipsitz LA, Macklin EA, Travison TG, Manor B, Gagnon P, Tsai T, Aizpurúa II, Lo OY, Wayne PM. A Cluster Randomized Trial of Tai Chi vs Health Education in Subsidized Housing: The MI-WiSH Study. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2019 09; 67(9):1812-1819. PMID: 31116883.
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  7. Lo OY, van Donkelaar P, Chou LS. Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation over right posterior parietal cortex on attention function in healthy young adults. Eur J Neurosci. 2019 06; 49(12):1623-1631. PMID: 30667550.
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  8. Manor B, Zhou J, Harrison R, Lo OY, Travison TG, Hausdorff JM, Pascual-Leone A, Lipsitz L. Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation May Improve Cognitive-Motor Function in Functionally Limited Older Adults. Neurorehabil Neural Repair. 2018 09; 32(9):788-798. PMID: 30132389.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    
  9. Chen SH, Lo OY, Kay T, Chou LS. Concurrent phone texting alters crossing behavior and induces gait imbalance during obstacle crossing. Gait Posture. 2018 May; 62:422-425. PMID: 29653403.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
  10. Manor B, Yu W, Zhu H, Harrison R, Lo OY, Lipsitz L, Travison T, Pascual-Leone A, Zhou J. Smartphone App-Based Assessment of Gait During Normal and Dual-Task Walking: Demonstration of Validity and Reliability. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2018 Jan 30; 6(1):e36. PMID: 29382625.
    Citations: 1     
  11. Zhou J, Lo OY, Lipsitz LA, Zhang J, Fang J, Manor B. Transcranial direct current stimulation enhances foot sole somatosensation when standing in older adults. Exp Brain Res. 2018 03; 236(3):795-802. PMID: 29335751.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
  12. Lo OY, Halko MA, Zhou J, Harrison R, Lipsitz LA, Manor B. Gait Speed and Gait Variability Are Associated with Different Functional Brain Networks. Front Aging Neurosci. 2017; 9:390. PMID: 29249961.
    Citations: 1     
  13. Lo J, Lo OY, Olson EA, Habtemariam D, Iloputaife I, Gagnon MM, Manor B, Lipsitz LA. Functional implications of muscle co-contraction during gait in advanced age. Gait Posture. 2017 03; 53:110-114. PMID: 28129590.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
  14. Lo OY, Chou LS. Effects of different visual attention tasks on obstacle crossing in healthy young adults. Biomed. Eng. Appl. Basis Commun. 2015; 27(6):15500591-6. View Publication.
  15. Lo OY, van Donkelaar P, Chou LS. Distracting visuospatial attention while approaching an obstacle reduces the toe-obstacle clearance. Exp Brain Res. 2015 Apr; 233(4):1137-44. PMID: 25567089.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  16. Tunik E, Lo OY, Adamovich SV. Transcranial magnetic stimulation to the frontal operculum and supramarginal gyrus disrupts planning of outcome-based hand-object interactions. J Neurosci. 2008 Dec 31; 28(53):14422-7. PMID: 19118175.
    Citations: 18     Fields:    Translation:Humans
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